i would say no he would not, he is well known in his time for his new products. But now that hes gone i barely hear about him or even remember him most the time unless something like this comes up xD.
As for the Microsoft thing, idk i might remember it as the good old days i had with it xD
Only time will tell, even if Gladwell's "logic" makes sense on initial observation. It's just hard to predict the future, I don't know why people try. Flying cars by the year 2000, anyone? And I'm still on the ground...
Agreed... I I disagree that Steve Jobs will be forgotten, though I think history will be much kinder to Gates, as he has been to his fellow man.
I don't know why people try. Flying cars by the year 2000, anyone? And I'm still on the ground
50 years from now Jobs will be forgotten, but only because the ones who knew of him while he was the hot topic will all have Alzheimer's, unless Gates cures that too. 😛
I doubt schools will teach about him. They are more likely to teach about Gates because let's face it, more schools use and teach Microsoft products. Actually, now that I think about it, I was taught about Gates in school - elementary, highschool and college. Yet the only time I heard about Jobs was by reading tech sites when I was old enough to be interested in such things.